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Watercolors1

  1. 1. Watercolors Frustrating or Fantastic?
  2. 2. What does kind of image do you expect to see when someone says, “It’s a landscape?”
  3. 3. In the following examples of landscapes, discuss examples of something unexpected or exceptional about the art you see.
  4. 4. Spring Barn + Windmill by Gretchen Kelley
  5. 5. Marzipan from Erice, by Janet Fish
  6. 6. Maja Wronska
  7. 7. Z.L. Feng
  8. 8. The artists you just looked at have very different ways of working with watercolor paint. In your group, agree on 2 things the artists SHARE that make these paintings, “good.”
  9. 9. So you have a good idea of what makes a good landscape. List what things you would need to paint a landscape: What might be the hardest things to get right? How long do you think your best effort would take? How could the students at your table help you?
  10. 10. Let’s Paint Each Student will need : Paint Set—they come “as-is” so make the best of what you get. Paint Brush Paper Water Cup Paper Towels Create a Landscape Painting: Use the page well. Incorporate 2 things that make a good water color landscape painting as you discussed in your group. Attempt to replicate some of the techniques you liked in the examples we looked at.
  11. 11. Evaluating your First Effort What did you like: What needs Improvement? Solutions?
  12. 12. Compare your expectations with the results: Did you have all the materials you originally thought you would need? Did you think of some additional supplies that would have been useful? What was the hardest things to get right? What was successful about it and what wasn’t? How long do this effort take? Would have more time helped? How did students at your table help you?
  13. 13. Compare your expectations with the results: Did you have all the materials you originally thought you would need? Did you think of some additional supplies that would have been useful? What was the hardest things to get right? What was successful about it and what wasn’t? How long do this effort take? Would have more time helped? How did students at your table help you?

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